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Back In Time Clock Repair closing

After 37 years of clock repair — with 25 of those years in Glenwood Springs — Ron Robinson announces to his many customers, friends and colleagues that Back In Time Clock Repair is closing due to illness.

“We appreciate and treasure the many friends, clocks and conversations during our privilege in repairing and caring for your clocks. Time does march on, and we wish you and your clocks well.”

Respectfully, Ron and June Robinson.

New hire for Blizzard

Blizzard recently hired Nicki Polen to fulfill the design project manager position. Polen is originally from Wisconsin but has called Colorado home for 15 years. She earned a bachelor’s degree in graphic design from Colorado State University and has more than nine years experience as a graphic designer and web designer. Nicki is passionate about both web design and mountains, so Glenwood Springs is the perfect place for her to work and play. As a new team member of Blizzard, it is Nicki’s goal to help create beautifully designed websites while maintaining a positive user experience by utilizing the most modern aspects of online marketing. Outside of work, she and her husband, Matthew, and dog, Bella, spend their time playing in the mountains.

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